Holding Absence Announce New Album and Share New Single

Holding Absence 2023

Welsh wonders Holding Absence have revealed their third album will be released this summer.

‘The Noble Art of Self Destruction’ is the quartet’s third album and will be released Sharptone on August 25th. The album was recorded at Canada’s Jukasa Studios with producer Dan Weller (Enter Shikari, Bury Tomorrow).

On announcing the album, Holding Absence have stated ‘…Self Destruction is the final part of a trilogy, and is there “most conceptually rich and expansive body of work to date”

“We feel like these songs are almost a love letter to everything Holding Absence, and can’t wait to show everybody just how much space we have managed to cover, and how hard we were able to push ourselves with these songs,” stated Holding Absence

Listen to Holding Absence’s new single – ‘False Dawn’

To coincide with the news of the album, Holding Absence have released its second track. ‘Face Dawn’ captures all that is great about Holding Absence; big hooks, bold production, and introspective lyricism.

It’s a notion the band agree with, describing it as “a quintessential Holding Absence song”. The Cardiff-based go on to say; “This is definitely a personal favourite for all of us on the record! A somewhat defeatist song about denouncing expectations, and coming to grips with failure.”

What is the artwork and tracklisting for ‘The Noble Art of Self Destruction’?

Here at the full details of Holding Absence‘s third album, ‘The Noble Art of Self Destruction’.

Fans can pre-order/pre-save the record via Sharptone Records here.

Holding Absence The Noble Art Of Self Destruction

1. Head Prison Blues
2. A Crooked Melody
3. False Dawn
4. Scissors
5. Honey Moon
6. Death Nonetheless
7. Her Wings
8. These New Dreams
9. Liminal
10. The Angel In The Marble

Where is Holding Absence playing in the UK this summer?

Holding Absence are set to appear at the Slam Dunk Festival in May, and then the 2000trees Festival in July.

27th Slam Dunk Festival South, Hatfield
28th Slam Dunk Festival North, Leeds
5th-8th 2000 Trees Festival, Cheltenham


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